Actor Gary Sinise on America Live: 9/11 Charities Build Specially-Designed House for Wounded Warrior
America Live talked to actor Gary Sinise, whose foundation helped construct an adaptive home for a US soldier who lost both of his legs and one arm in an attack in Afghanistan.
"We have to bring builders together, architects. There's a lot that goes into each one of these homes. It's a step-by-step process, and today this is the end of that process - where we
can give a great patriot and a great American like Juan Dominguez his special home," said Sinise, whose charity worked alongside the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers foundation.
Stephen Siller was a firefighter who died on 9/11. His brother, Frank Siller, named the foundation honor of Stephen.
Siller said, "It is the community coming together, it is America coming together to make sure today and every day we don't forget the sacrifice that was made by Stephen, ... and the men and women in uniform."
Watch the full interview, including a July 4 segment featuring Dominguez with Megyn Kelly, below: